Michael Alexander meets Fife-raised internationally best-selling author Ian Rankin to talk about the 30th anniversary of his John Rebus novels and the launch of RebusFest being held in Edinburgh this summer.
Growing up in St Andrews, Peter Herron was no stranger to colourful tales from the town’s often dark and turbulent past.
The spiritual pull of Iona has influenced writers for centuries, and now its legacy is explored by St Andrews University Professor Robert Crawford in his latest publication – ‘The Book of Iona: An Anthology’. Michael Alexander met him.
North Fife farmer turned crime author James Oswald takes a break from tending sheep to share his firsts and lasts.
Crime writing farmer ‘I write about killing people but no one asks me where the bodies are buried on the farm!’
In an interview ahead of launching his latest detective crime novel, north Fife farmer turned author James Oswald tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER how life has become a ‘bit mad’.
Crime-writing farmer James Oswald’s works could soon be on TV, four years after a chance conversation stopped him quitting writing to farm full-time.
A new book about Dunfermline’s history was released at a signing event on Saturday.
The author of one of the world’s most enduring novels will open next year’s StAnza poetry festival, it has been confirmed.
Crime writer Ian Rankin has written a novella inspired by the music of guitarist Rory Gallagher.
A rare UK first edition of TS Eliot’s The Waste Land is the latest edition to St Andrews University’s world renowned Special Collections.